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Getting the upper hand

RALEIGH — Gov. Beverly Perdue and the new Republican legislative majority are about to learn a lot about each other. More importantly, governor and legislators may learn some about how the voting public sees the relationship and when and where ...

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Navigating a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure

Dear Benny: My friend and I would appreciate knowing how to go about initiating a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure. We both own homes, bought in late 2006 and early 2007. Each of us knows through appraisal that our home value is ...

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TSP is well-run and low maintenance

Dear Mr. Berko: I will soon have a civil service job. I understand the medical plan, vacation policy and other perks, but I don’t understand the Thrift Savings Plan, which is like a 401(k). I understand the contributions, the matching ...

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Napoleon Hill is the real secret

I owe my positive attitude to Napoleon Hill. During one year of daily, four-hour intensive sales and positive-attitude training back in 1972, I was fortunate enough to expose myself to his success principles. Each day one of the eight guys ...

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